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By Rodney Castleden
Status within the left baggage workplace at Brighton station, the manager Constable was once trying to find clues. A corpse in a field is generally plagued by forensic proof. And the woman's bare pregnant torso appeared desirous to show the key of her gory loss of life and the whereabouts of the remainder of her physique. examine The Brighton Trunk homicide in Barbaric Murders in addition to many different grotesque real-life tales of kid sufferers, lady-killers and our bodies in boxes.
St William of Norwich, William Andrew Horne, Captain John Sutherland, Esther Hibner, John Bell, Rev Thomas Hunter, Constance Kent, Carl Bridgewater, Michael Helgos and Jon Benet, Francisco Arce Montes, William Corder, James Greenacre, Oscar Slater, Kate Webster, Arthur Devereux, Maria Goold, The Brighton Trunk homicide
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This was the only item found on Richard’s body, so robbery must have been the motive for the murder. The two boys were then questioned again in front of the magistrates. This time the younger boy admitted that he and his brother had together conspired to kill Richard Taylor. John had waylaid Richard in the wood, while he, James, had kept watch at the edge of the wood. The younger boy’s version of events was accepted. The father was released, although there was a strong suspicion that he was an accessory after the fact.
The head and trunk were tied up in one piece of cloth, and the arms and legs in another. One hand was kept to one side. It had one finger missing, which might make it recognizable as the hand of Anne Naylor; the two women burnt it straight away. The plan was to burn the entire body, bit by bit, but Sarah Metyard and her daughter were afraid the smell would arouse suspicion. Instead, they did something far riskier, which was to take the body parts to Chick Lane and tried to throw them over the wall into the public sewer, an open drain.
Then they were given a few potatoes at midday, and afterwards nothing more until the next day. They were given meat to eat only once a fortnight. On Sundays they were locked in the kitchen all day. This cruel regime took a terrible toll of the children, and three of them died as a result of it. Frances Colpitt was reduced to a very low state. She had sores on her feet and abscesses on her lungs, and it was the bursting of an abscess on the lung that led to her death. Esther Hibner’s daughter, also called Esther, had taken Frances from her work, knocked her to the ground, picked her up and knocked her down again.
Barbaric Murders - Child victims, lady-killers and bodies in boxes (Infamous Murderers) by Rodney Castleden